Besides the impressive CMT710, FSP also revealed several new power supplies during Computex 2019.
FSP announced its second hybrid-cooled power supply, the Hydro PTM+ 850W. It has a stiff price but it is also equipped with a Bitspower water cooling kit.
FSP, the OEM behind the Flex ATX power supply form factor, introduces fully modular Flex ATX PSUs in 220W and 250W versions with 80 PLUS Bronze efficiency.
FSP showed a new SFX unit in CES, along with a smaller versions of its liquid cooled power supply, the HPT850M.
FSP had several PSUs suitable for mining purposes to show during Computex 2018, including a unit with 2,000W max power and 18x PCIe connectors which can power multiple GPUs at the same time.
These no-frills chassis’ defining selling point are their dual 5.25” drive bays, which is a rarity among modern cases.
The Hydro PTM+ is here, and it offers up to 1.4kW of power with liquid cooling, and 1.2kW max power without.
FSP enters the mining market with a new powerful PSU, able to deliver up to 2,000 Watts with 230V input and up to 1,500 Watts with 115V.
FSP announced the addition of two new cases to its CMT line of chassis. These two new mid-tower cases, with the exception of side panel construction, are virtually identical.
FSP, among others, is going to show off a liquid-cooled PSU next week at Computex. The Hydro PTM+ was created in collaboration with Bitspower, a well-known company in liquid cooling solutions for PC systems.
FSP announced today the Dagger SFX PSU line which consists of two member for the moment, featuring 500W and 600W max capacity and 80 PLUS Gold efficiency.